Dina Podolsky

Flaubert...

Flaubert...

30x30

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Tea Cup No 1

Tea Cup No 1

24x24

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Tea Cup No 2

Tea Cup No 2

24x24

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Time and Memory

Time and Memory

48x24

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Vintage Bottles No. 2

Vintage Bottles No. 2

24x24

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Chainik #2

Chainik #2

24x48

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Mannequins No. 2

Mannequins No. 2

30x30

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Blue Jugs

Blue Jugs

24x30

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Mannequins No. 1

Mannequins No. 1

30x30

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Vintage Bottles

Vintage Bottles

30x30

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Faded Bottles

Faded Bottles

18x30

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Blue and Red Pot

Blue and Red Pot

24x20

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November Memory No. 1

November Memory No. 1

24x48

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Chainik

Chainik

18x24

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Blue Trunk

Blue Trunk

48x40

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November Memory No. 2

November Memory No. 2

30x40

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November Memory No. 3

November Memory No. 3

40x48

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Old photo

Old photo

24x24

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Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina

30x30

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Blue Chainik

Blue Chainik

10x12

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Daffodils

Daffodils

24x24

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Pink Chainik

Pink Chainik

12x10

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Now and Then

Now and Then

24x24

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The work in short

Dina Podolsky was born in Moscow in 1953. A graduate of the Moscow Central Art School, she studied book illustration and art history at the renowned Moscow Polygraphic Institute and continued her education at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem.
Dina Podolsky has been exhibiting extensively for over thirty years and has numerous international shows to her credit.

Dina Podolsky now lives and works in Montreal, Canada, thousands of miles away from the land of her birth. These two factors help explain some of the particularities of her artistic approach. The basis of her work is rooted in memories, especially those from her childhood. Time and its fleeting nature constitute the pivotal point around which her entire oeuvre is built.

In Dina Podolsky's paintings, time is expressed through a particular organization of elements in pictorial space, elements that are compartmentalized but that all bear the echo of each other. In addition, the overall style and patina effect the artist uses creates a kind of soft-focused, out-of-time dimension in which motifs and forms seem to emerge or be submerged, depending on the viewer's perception.

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